Pest Control Services – Bees

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Pest Control Services – Bees

WE LOVE BEES

Local Honey Bees will not be hurt but relocated. Africanized Bees will be exterminated.

Honey Bee Threat – There are many species of bees. Most are harmless and do good for the natural world. Bees are natural pollinators, moving from flower to flower feeding. This natural ability makes them vitally important to plant reproduction. Most say to stay away from bees, and they will stay away from you. This is true in some cases. Bees tend to mind their own business and try to work in their hive mentality. Other invasive species like the European honey bee might change those opinions. These honey bees are notorious for swarming if endangered and must be carefully attended to. Seek a professional pest controller that is qualified to deal with bees.

Bee Stings – Honey Bee Threat!
Honey Bee Threat – Bee stings are very painful and dangerous. Most species will die after stinging a person because their stinger is ripped out of the bee’s body. As mentioned, species like the European and Africanized honey bees travel in swarms. If attacked by a swarm, grave injury or death is a possibility. Those allergic to bee stings are especially vulnerable. The anaphylactic shock from a bee sting can cause a victim to swell and stop breathing. Most notable injuries or death from bee stings can be attributed to allergic reactions. This makes safety paramount. It also makes identifying different bee species an important factor in dealing with them.

Honey Bee Threat – Three Methods for Bees extermination
Three bee control methods have been deemed the most effective by bee professional exterminators. First, an inspection of the property can physically locate probable nesting sites. Following a foraging bees flight path back to the nest is also possible. Bees can be found in hives that could be attached to a tree, building, or in-ground. Because of the danger involved with climbing and pesticides, exercise caution and call a pest controller.

After locating the hive, treat it with insecticides. Most specialists will proceed to cover and burn the hive if it can be detached from its home. Safely burning the nest will kill a queen capable of producing up to 2,000 eggs daily. The second method involves attracting swarms to nest boxes by various pheromone lures.

By using insecticides by time-release or manually, a swarm can be physically destroyed. This method is usually only effective at a close range to the swarm or hive. The pheromones used to attract the bees have a short range. This method is suitable for only capturing a significant portion of the swarm or hive.

Again, the hive should be contained and burned if possible. The third method involves the remote application of insecticides to foragers outside the colony. A professional can successfully destroy the hive by placing bait stations at minimal exposure. Foragers must actively use the bait to work correctly. But if the bees readily accept the bait, the hive’s end will be near. Once again, contain and burn the hive if it can be done.

To learn more about Honey Bee Threat, feel free to contact us.

Moving Your Bees From One Home To The Next

You’ve done your beekeeping homework. You’ve chosen a site for your beehive where it won’t be knocked down in a strong wind or be bothered by pets and humans. You’ve purchased all the right equipment and are comfortable using it. You’ve tried on all your beekeeping gear, are comfortable that it fits you properly, and are confident that you are reasonably protected from bee stings. During the cold winter months, you placed an order for your bees and were notified that your bees were successfully shipped. Now you have gotten the call from the post office where a frazzled postal worker has politely asked you to please come and remove your package of angry stinging insects from their work environment.

You’ve picked up your bees and noted that the bees look healthy other than a few dead ones at the bottom of the container (you should be prepared for a few not to survive the stressful travel routine they have been asked to endure). Now all you have to do is transfer the new bees from the screen container they were shipped to the hive you set up for them.

Have your smoker handy when you are ready to transfer your new bees from their shipping container to the hive. Also, make sure you have your beehive gear on.

You should notice a small container within the bee’s shipping container. This small container is where your new queen is being kept. The top of her personal shipping container is covered with a cork. Remove the cork and you will see a second cap made of sugar.

Hang the queen’s container in your hive. You’ll want to put it in between the two frames in the center of your newly constructed hive. Pierce the top of the candy top with a nail. The worker bees will have an easier time freeing the queen if there is already a small hole in the sugar barrier. When using the nail, be careful not to stab the queen inadvertently. You won’t be able to purchase a replacement queen after the winter months. Once the workers have chewed through the sugar barrier, the queen can escape into the hive.

Once the queen is in the hive, use your smoker and place a puff of smoke into the shipping package. Gently shake the bee’s shipping container, allowing the bees to spill out of the container and into the hive. When you can no longer coax any bees out of the container, set the container down near the hive, any bees still in it will eventually find their way out of the container and into the hive. Make sure you inset a feeder filled with a simple sugar recipe into the hive.

Leave your new bees alone for a week. During this week, the bees will become acclimated to their new home. The queen will start laying eggs and the bees will start to make honey.

Bees like to be transferred from their shipping container to the hive either early in the morning or late evening.

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San Antonio Kitchen / Bathroom Faucet Repair

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Kitchen / Bathroom Faucet Repair

The faucet in your kitchen or bathroom is used for everything from drinking water to washing hands and dishes, meaning problems with your faucet can be a major inconvenience. Thankfully, we offer faucet repair and faucet installation. Our services are designed to get your kitchen faucet in shape. We service all major kitchen faucet makes and models and master plumbers can usually make repairs in the same visit because we have the most common plumbing and faucet parts in our service vehicles.faucet repair - plumbing seervices

Common Kitchen/Bathroom Faucet Repairs

Below are some of the most common reasons for needing kitchen faucet repair:

Worn O-Rings
Clogs
Low Water Pressure
Leaks
Rust or Corrosion
Loose Pipes or Hoses
Broken Handles & Spigots
Worn Joints

Kitchen/Bathroom Faucet Installation

In some cases, you may choose to forego a kitchen faucet repair altogether in favor of a faucet installation with a new model. In these situations, our service experts can quickly remove your old kitchen faucet, install a new one, and be out of your home before you know it. We carry a wide variety of kitchen faucets from top-name manufacturers, and our products not only improve your plumbing system, but they also improve the look of your home.

Our customer is always in control, so we’ll never try to sell you a faucet installation service you don’t need. You’ll be informed of all of your options so that you can make the decision that’s right for your specific needs. With us, your satisfaction and our work are backed by our guarantee.plumbing services - faucet installation

Our plumbers are highly trained professionals who care about your comfort. Our hiring process involves drug screening and background checking all of our employees, and we take the time to find plumbers who have a proven record of customer service.

We want you to feel comfortable allowing us into your home, so we’re also fully licensed and insured. We treat your property as if it were our own, and we’ll never leave a mess behind.

When you need kitchen faucet repair or faucet installation services, contact our master plumbers.

What Types Of Water Softeners Are There

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What Types Of Water Softeners Are There

An alternative to the more traditional water softeners is a Catalytic Water Softener. This type of system combines magnets and specific alloys to dissolve the minerals that are deposited in the water; technically it conditions the water rather than removing the minerals and discarding them, and they remain in the water.water softeners repair - services

These systems work by combining various metals that are semi-precious and precious to produce the catalyst. When the water is transported through a special chamber it has a dramatic fall in pressure which forms crystals made of the calcium in the water.

It is then transported to another compartment where the special catalysts are positioned. When the water moves over this specific surface more crystals are created and the next step passes through the super magnetic field.

The crystals remain in this chamber and within a few days, they are completely dissolved. Once the water completely travels through all the chambers, the result is cleaner, fresher, softer water.

Advantages of Cleaner Water
It’s very clear that a Catalytic Water Softener is necessary when there’s evidence of white scale on sinks, pots, or showers, or the water feels “greasy”, or laundry detergent doesn’t produce suds or get the laundry cleaned, or the water tastes “funny”.

When the water is not hard, clothes get cleaner, and less laundry detergent is required, appliances that utilize water last longer because there is no build-up in their pipes, and there no salt or other chemicals used so the water tastes better.

Also, these systems are small enough to fit almost anywhere in the home. The main concern is that these do not remove the calcium and so water spots are still formed on tiles and sinks.

Preferred Models

SafeWater Softeners

When it becomes obvious that there are problems in the home because of the residue the water leaves, or the smell of the water, obviously the water has gotten harder over the years and it’s time to look at a Catalytic Water Softener.

These systems are easy to install and can generally be done in less than an hour, and they are efficient enough to remove some of the existing deposits of scale that are already loading the pipes.

These systems are different from salt-based water purification systems in that they don’t eliminate healthy minerals in order to make the water softer. In addition, they use no chemicals or resins to trap the minerals and soften the water, which makes this a more reliable system.

There were no reviews on specifically identified models. The customers, who provided comments, generally said they were quite happy with the results from this type of water softener, economical, and a great system.

Best Water Softener

To get water softener systems that require little to no maintenance is salt-free, and provides soft water throughout the home, the Best Water softeners provide a Catalytic Water Softener that is one of the top brands of catalytic products for water on the market.

It needs no electricity, regeneration, re-charging, or backwashing and it is only 16 inches in length with a five-inch diameter; making installation quite easy. The system changes the charge of the chemical structure of the calcium carbonate to ensure great water.

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Water purification filter with activated charcoal and other filter substrates

This is a compact system that’s priced at $695 and is a system that contains a core built with an alloy that is non-sacrificial, meaning it is long-lasting and won’t wear out.

It prevents the buildup of limescale and keeps the healthy minerals in the water, and leaves the water with a great, healthy flavor. At this time, there are no reviews for this product from consumers, either positive or negative.

Zeta Core
One of the most unique water softener systems is the Zeta-Core system. It was built with semi-precious metals that are formed in an alloy core that treat exceedingly hard water, even up to 1700 ppm, and is one of the most unique Catalytic Water Softeners.

The most common problem in pipes is the build-up and it’s a problem with minerals begin collecting is different areas of the pipes and bind together, and with this system, they are inert and will not accumulate.

This particular model helps eliminate calcium, limescale, corrosion, and rust in the pipes preventing restriction of flow with high turbulence and increased contact between the ions and water molecules.

The impurities are heavier and are trapped, while the clean water is able to continue through the pipes to the various facets. At this time, there are no reviews identified by any consumers either that the product is good or that there are problems with the various models.

A Catalytic Solution
Some of the worst problems with hard water, lime build-up, foul-tasting water, and water that “feels greasy”, can be both unhealthy for the consumer, and problematic for pipes and appliances.

A Catalytic Water Softener system is one of the best solutions for providing great tasting water, and the best benefit of it all is that they don’t introduce more salt or harmful chemicals into the environment, are easily installed, and energy and cost-effective.

As a result of the Catalytic process, clothes are cleaner, there is no calcium build-up around sinks, showers, or bathtubs, and the water tastes good.